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The number one complaint of patients is that they feel their doctor doesn’t listen to them. We make it a priority that our patients feel listened to and truly cared for. You are not just another number here. You are a person and will be treated with compassion.
We do not routinely overbook our schedules. That way, patients can be seen in a timely fashion and the doctor can spend sufficient time to answer questions. We participate in most major health plans. We file your insurance for you and try to make the financial aspect of your visit as simple as possible.
Dr. Khare is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Allergy/Clinical Immunology. This means that she has done extra training and had taken comprehensive exams in both of these areas.
Dr. Khare completed her Internal Medicine residency training at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Khare completed her Allergy and Immunology fellowship training at National Jewish Medical and Research Center (the number one respiratory hospital in the country!)
“Superbug” is a term that had been coined by the media to describe germs that are resistant to the usual antibiotics. The germ that has gotten the most press recently is MRSA which stands for Methcillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus. This germ has recently caused serious problems with skin related infections.
Are we talking about cooking? No, we’re talking about getting that tan. Whether you get out there in the sun or go to a tanning bed, you are cooking your skin. Sometimes just a little bit, sometimes it’s extra-crispy. And in spite of what you’ve heard, there is no such thing as a healthy tan.
Getting sick can certainly ruin any trip whether it is for business or pleasure. You will want to stay healthy by thinking ahead. The first step, when planning a trip is making sure you think about your existing medical conditions and any accommodation you might need en route or at your destination. Secondly, you will want to consider any particular risks that are specific to your destination.
Food allergies can cause a variety of symptoms. In the most severe instances, a person will experience a life threatening condition called anaphylaxis. Other less dramatic but equally important symptoms include angioedema (swelling of lips, tongue and throat), hives, eczema and even respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms.